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  • The U.K Housing Industry Reacts to the Budget 2015 Announcement
    far enough to help solve the long term housing crisis The announcement of the creation of 20 new housing zones outside London with the potential to deliver 34 000 homes working with eight other potential Housing Zones potentially delivering up to 45 000 new homes was also criticised for a lack of detail Chartered Institute of Housing interim Chief Executive Gavin Smart said We are in the grip of a severe housing crisis For decades we have failed to build enough new homes to keep up with our growing population and the gap between the haves and have nots is getting bigger all the time While the help to buy ISA may help some first time buyers to overcome barriers to home ownership it fails to address the fundamental problem that we are simply not building enough homes Stimulating demand without also addressing the issue of supply runs the risk of further fuelling house price rises Price Waterhouse Cooper Real Estate Director Robert Walker said The Chancellor s announcements of new Help to Buy ISAs and housing investment show he wasn t joking about fixing the roof as the sun starts to shine More detail is needed behind the creation

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  • Upcoming NASC Regional Meetings Announced
    00am Thursday 5 March 2015 Village Hotel Whiston Merseyside NASC London and South East 10 00am Tuesday 10 March 2015 Chamber of Shipping 30 Park Street London SE1 NASC Scotland and Northern Ireland 10 00am Thursday 12 March 2015 NCC Glasgow Inchinnan On the agenda will be membership applications and audits NASC Code of Practice scaffolding product audit and employment affairs among others There will also be an update on

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  • IPAF Training Reaches the One Million Mark
    Whiteman said on the impressive feat The secret of the PAL Card s success is the guarantee that the IPAF training and testing is delivered to consistent standards worldwide by highly motivated and qualified instructors Turner Access is a leading IPAF training provider in Glasgow with facilities based at our convenient Head Office location Funding is available for most machine types and courses and training reviews show what recent delegates

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  • HSE Provides Update on Construction Industry Regulation December 2014
    And although there is some suggestion of an overall downward trend in incidences of ill health preventing ill health during construction work remains an issue The impacts of the recent recession are also covered with the report stating that Historically as the construction industry has come out recession incident rates increase in part due to workers entering the industry for the first time skills shortages and additional hours worked An

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  • Turner Access Welcomes PASMA Scaffold Tower Safety Week
    media to highlight the dangers of towers built incorrectly Fundraising has also been incorporated into this year s campaign with all donations going towards Children in Need Turner Access Training Manager Stephen McNeil said Turner Access welcomes any attempt by industry to promote the safe use of mobile scaffold towers Falls from height continue to be one of the major causes of injury in the workplace and this must stop

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  • IOSH Working Safely Training Gets Construction Industry Recognition
    Safety and Environment Operatives Test This news is likely to be welcomed by course delegates who have already successfully completed their IOSH Working Safely training because it gives them an opportunity to apply for their green card CSCS chief executive Graham Wren said IOSH s Working safely course met our strict mapping criteria and we are confident that anyone who has successfully completed it will have the necessary understanding of

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  • System Scaffolding, Working at Height and Company News from Turner Access
    associated with workplace hazards The new guide makes clear that only significant findings need to be recorded and emphasises the importance of controlling the risks identified However the guidance still suggests that you should identify the hazards think about who might be harmed evaluate the risks record your significant findings and review your risk assessment The HSE advises that if you have previously used the Five steps guide to carry

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  • HSE Chair Lauds Health & Safety at Work Act on 40th Anniversary
    Speaking recently on the 40 th Anniversary HSE Chair Judith Hackitt CBE said the Act has shown remarkable resilience and remains fir for purpose today despite the massive changes which have taken place in the world of work She said Great Britain has arguably the best health and safety system in the world Of course we all want to prevent even more deaths and serious injuries every year but many other parts of the world have death and injury rates many times higher than ours and are increasingly eager to learn about what makes our system so effective Many people have already noted the importance and significance of Health and Safety at Work Act and its remarkable resilience It remains fit for purpose today despite the massive changes which have taken place in the world of work proving its applicability and adaptability to any workplace Ms Hackitt went onto to say that despite the U K s stellar Health and Safety culture jobsworths sometimes use health and safety as an excuse for their own laziness and unhelpfulness She said If I could wave a magic wand in this week of the 40 th anniversary of Health and Safety at Work

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